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MALAYSIA

MALAYSIA
Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country occupying the Malaysian Peninsula and part of the island of Borneo. It's known for its beaches, rainforests and mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European influences. The sprawling capital, Kuala Lumpur, is home to colonial buildings, busy shopping districts such as Bukit Bintang and skyscrapers including the iconic, 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers.

ITINERARY 3 NIGHTS 4 DAYS
Day 01 : : Kuala Lumpur Travel Time
Arrive Kualalumpur airport in the morning and meet our representative who will meet and assist you for your transfer to your hotel in kualalumpur to make your trip the most memorable one. Check in at your hotel, Freshen up.Evening proceed for Kuala Lumpur night tour of Malaysia where we will show case PETRONAS Twin Tower (photo stop) and entrance, Independence Square, King\\\'s Palace & Chocolate outlet. You will also be taken to the top of KL tower.Overnight Stay at your preferred choice of Hotel
Day 02 : Kualalumpur (Sunway lagoon tour- Optional)
After breakfast at Hotel. Day free for leisure or shopping or You can take the optional tour of Sunway lagoon resort to enjoy your day at the wet and dry park (7 hours stay at sun way lagoon). on your way back, you will be taken to an Indian restaurant or hotel to enjoy dinner Overnight at Hotel..
Day 03 : Kualalumpur – Genting Highland
After breakfast at Hotel. You will be picked up from your hotel lobby to be transferred to Genting highland (one way cable car ride included) You will be visiting batu caves enroute of Genting highlands for photo stop. You will be set free to use one of your theme park tickets (indoor &outdoor) to enjoy the theme park and enjoy other activities at the resort. Overnight at hotel
Day 04 : Genting Highland
After breakfast at Hotel. You will be picked from your hotel lobby to be transferred for your flight back to home.
Dear customer this trip can be customized according to your requirements.

Places To See
1.Central Market in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur's Central Market is a bustling, colourful market packed with stalls and eateries. The market is housed in a unique, art deco-styled building that first opened in 1888. Because the wet market selling fresh food which was originally hosted in the building became progressively bigger over time, in the 1980s the market was moved to a different location; and the venue remained a centre for Malaysian culture, heritage, art and craft. The stalls are grouped in lorongs (lanes) based on the main ethnic races in Malaysia (most notably, Malay, Chinese and Indian), and sell a myriad of handmade crafts, from clothes to wooden carvings, from jewellery to batik fabrics, from any kind of souvenirs to street food. Also comprised in the market is the so-called Annexe, a space reserved for art galleries showcasing the work of local artists, and the Katsuri Walk, an outdoor, covered walkway filled with kiosks ready to satisfy the visitor’s appetite.

2.George Town
George Town is the capital city of Penang, an island state with the biggest Chinese population in Malaysia. But Penang was an important trade centre for the British, and the city of George Town in particular – named after Britain's King George III – is a fascinating testament to the mix of Asian and European influences that the island experienced over the course of its history. George Town's multicultural past is especially enshrined in the city's rich and eclectic architecture, filled with enchanting, historical buildings, mostly situated in the oldest part of the town; elsewhere, skyscrapers rise high above the city. Another evident sign of George Town's multi-faceted cultural heritage lies in its religious venues; here, Anglican churches and Muslim mosques rub shoulders with Chinese and Indian temples. Among the top cultural attractions in Malaysia, this is an unmissable destination for culturally inclined travellers.

3.Langkawi
Langkawi is the main of 99 islands which form the archipelago with the same name. Often overlooked – especially by Western tourists – in favour of the better-known Thai islands and Singapore, Langkawi offers breathtaking scenery with its beautiful beaches, incredibly fine sand, crystal-clear water and coastal mangrove swamps. The inland areas are no less striking: the tropical jungles are thick with luxuriant vegetation and extremely rich in fauna (the island's name itself indicates an eagle with characteristic reddish feathers), and will impress nature lovers looking for a pristine, largely untouched rainforest. One of the most intriguing of Langkawi's attractions is the tomb of Mashuri: a legend deeply resonating with locals has it that Mashuri, a girl unjustly accused of adultery and consequently executed, cursed the island for seven generations

4.A Famosa
A Famosa (Portuguese for 'The Famous') is a historical fortress found in Malacca, the capital city of the Malaysian Malacca state. Built in the early 1500s and continually expanded over the course of that century, today all that is left of the originally four-towered fortress is the entrance gatehouse. Still, A Famosa will sparkle the interest of the most curious and history-savvy, as it stands as an emblematic symbol of the city's past. The fortress, built by the Portuguese, later fell into the hands of the Dutch and the British, thus becoming a possession of all the Europeans who colonised the city. Malacca City also offers other interesting sights, such as the Stadthuys, the 17th century residence of the Dutch governor, and Jonker Street, very popular among locals and tourists alike for its many shops and eateries.

5 .Cameron Highlands
Sitting 1500 metres above sea level, the Cameron Highlands is an extensive hill station named after William Cameron, the British surveyor who stumbled upon the soft, curvy sides of these picturesque green hills in 1885. The area hosts the largest tea plantations in Malaysia, which give it the characteristic, fuzzy appearance that attracts so many tourists to this place. Many also visit the hills and trek down the trails. But Cameron Highlands' beauty and popularity are also due to its climate: with temperatures rarely dropping below 10°C or rising above 21°C, this is the coolest region of Malaysia, and a longed-for destination for a break from the tropical Malaysian climate.

6 .Petronas Twin Towers
In a country with an amazingly rich and beautiful natural landscape as its major highlight, Kuala Lumpur's Petronas Twin Towers stand out as an unusual example of Malaysia's urban design excellence. While some may raise their eyebrow at this evident sign of westernisation, the Petronas towers certainly deserve to be seen by those visiting Kuala Lumpur. Designed by American architecture star César Pelli and officially inaugurated in 1999, the towers were the tallest buildings in the world until 2004; and still are the world’s tallest twin buildings. Each rising to a little over 450 metres from ground level, and with 88 floors of offices, the towers' most impressive feature is the double-decker bridge which connects them on the 41st and 42nd floors. From the bridge, at 170 metres above ground, visitors can enjoy a spectacular view of the city below their feet.

7 .Perhentian Islands
Sea lovers planning to visit Malaysia should put the Perhentian Islands on the top of their list of places to see. This is a small archipelago with two main islands – Besar, the bigger, and Kecil, the smaller – both boasting splendid beaches, white sand, an amazingly blue, shallow sea and the shadow of tall palm trees. Apart from tourists, the islands are mostly uninhabited, making them a perfect place to disconnect and take a break from the hustle and bustle of modern life. The Perhentian Islands are especially recommended to those who enjoy the sea not just for a swim, but also for water activities such as canoeing (both islands can be circumnavigated in a day), scuba-diving and snorkeling: the islands are fringed by a coral reef, and the underwater life is rich with sea turtles and many species of tropical fish.

8 .Taman Negara
With an extension of over 4,000 square kilometres, the national park of Taman Negara straddles three Malaysian states, and is under close protection, being the home to many species of endangered animals, such as the Malayan tiger, the crab-eating macaque and the Asian elephant.

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